One Storm Here Another On It's Tail

We have a decent chance of precip for the next 3 days and if you think it is windy today, wait until Tuesday Night and Wednesday as our first moderate storm of the year approaches. Most of the action will be to our north and west. However it looks like Tahoe and the leeward valleys along the Carson Range should get some good rain. As far as snow, the NWS has issue a Winter Storm Warning for the Sierra around Lake Tahoe above 7,000 feet. Look for 10-20 inches of snow depending on elevation. When we see the mountains again from Reno, they will have a nice white coating on them. Here is a look at the EC precip totals. This is the most aggressive of all the models and shows quite a bit of precip for the area. Most of the other models are forecasting about half that. The bulk of this storm will come in Tuesday night and last into Wednesday. Looking down the road, temperatures will be much cooler, but High Pressure should settle into the area for the weekend, which should mean sunny skies with temps in the upper 60's to mid 70's.

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